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DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) – The Cowboys have been dealt another huge blow to their defensive line as defensive end Demarcus Lawrence has reportedly failed a drug test.

According to Chat Sports, Lawrence has tested positive for amphetamines and will be suspended for the first four games of the 2016 season.

Dallas is already short another defensive end for the first four games of the season as Randy Gregory was suspended in February after testing positive for marijuana.

According to the NFL’s drug policy, Gregory failed four drug tests. The first offense took place at the NFL Combine, forcing him into the drug program, a second positive test resulted in a two game fine, a third was a four game fine. The latest offense resulted in the four game suspension.

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